‘Mass graves’ plot twist: Chief claims bodies may never be found ‘because they were incinerated’ 
The incineration claim is a new one within the mainstream media, and it marks a shifting of the goalposts after three years — and zero bodies. 

Mike Campbell

May 29, 2024

Not only did City News falsely state mass graves of Indigenous children were discovered at the former sites of residential schools on Monday, but they also had on a Chief who claimed that the reason they might never be found is “because they were incinerated.” 

‘Mass graves’ plot twist: Chief claims bodies may never be found ‘because they were incinerated’ 

It’s the latest twist in the mass graves saga, which to date remains unproven, with some calling it an outright hoax. 

Just like the mass graves claim—which has turned up nothing but dirt and rocks so far—there’s no historical proof or documentation of incinerators ever being used. However, some former residential school attendees have claimed they existed. 

Yet, a reporter from City News, in covering the “third anniversary” of the unproven claim that 215 Indigenous children’s remains were identified at the Kamloops site, interviewed local BC Chief Terry Teegee, and asked him about “the prevalence of these burial sites,” and “how many do you think we expect to find in BC?” 

Chief Teegee responded, “The potential? I’m not sure. But at the same time, some of these residential schools or these institutions also had incinerators so, there could be potential not finding any remains of children that have gone missing.”  

There remain horrifying accounts of abuse and mistreatment that took place at certain residential schools across Canada between 1883 — 1996, including documentation of a higher death rate, in some cases as high as one in twenty students (mostly due to tuberculosis).

But the incineration claim is a new one within the mainstream media, and it marks a shifting of the goalposts after three years — and zero bodies. 

Churches under attack

At least 100 churches in Canada have been vandalized—in some cases burned down–since MSM outlets like City News and CBC ate the story up in 2021, rather than questioned it.

Bodies changed to “anomalies”

The 215 “unmarked graves” in Kamloops were identified by the same technology that identified the 14 in Manitoba, which we now know turned out to be nothing more than a pile of rocks underground.

The original claim was changed from 215 bodies to 215 “anomalies.”

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